Member Login

Lost your password?

Not a member yet? Sign Up!

Kathy Bottorff


Argos 6th Graders have Make-up Day at S.B. Cubs

June 30, 2016
Argos 6th Graders have Make-up Day at S.B. Cubs

  The former 6th grade class of Argos Community School had a make-up day of sorts. These students were scheduled to attend a South Bend Cubs game in May in celebration of their DARE program completion. Nasty weather changed the plans that day however and they were able to celebrate and attend a game...
Read More »

PHS Grad Biking Across Country to Raise Awareness and Funds for Service to School & Team Red White & Blue

June 30, 2016
PHS Grad Biking Across Country to Raise Awareness and Funds for Service to School & Team Red White & Blue

Plymouth native, Kate Georgen, and her husband, Ben Seipel, were especially glad to have an overnight stay with Kate’s father this week. The couple left Seattle, Washington on May 30 to begin a cross-country bicycle trip across the states to raise awareness and raise funds for two organizations close to their hearts. Georgen said,...
Read More »

City Engineer Updated Pavement Asset Management Plan for 50/50 Grant Match

June 30, 2016
City Engineer Updated Pavement Asset Management Plan for 50/50 Grant Match

Rick Gaul, the Plymouth City Engineer told members of the Board of Public Works and Safety that they continue to update the Pavement Asset Management Plan bringing it up to standard with the program’s requirements. He told them the plan must be updated for the Community Crossroads grant program as well as for any...
Read More »

Gas Leak in Bremen Causes Evacuation

June 30, 2016
Gas Leak in Bremen Causes Evacuation

The Bremen Police Department is evacuating a four block radius from Woodie’s Supermarket at the corner of Plymouth and Bowen Streets for a major gas leak. A contractor working for INDOT contractor hit a gas line causing the leak. Bremen Police are evacuating 4 blocks in all directions from Woodie’s, extending north to Dewey...
Read More »

Saint Joseph Health System to Host Coffee Talks: Health Insurance and Medicare Conversations

June 30, 2016
Saint Joseph Health System to Host Coffee Talks: Health Insurance and Medicare Conversations

   Saint Joseph Health System Health Insurance Services invites the community to join its licensed health insurance agents for a free Coffee Talk to discuss health insurance and Medicare coverage options for the coming enrollment year. The discussions will be held in the Marshall County Community Resource Center at 510 West Adams Street in...
Read More »

Department of Insurance Warns Damage from Fireworks May Not Be Covered by Insurance

June 30, 2016
Department of Insurance Warns Damage from Fireworks May Not Be Covered by Insurance

  This weekend kicks off Independence Day celebrations and with that comes an increase in the use of fireworks. Hoosiers are reminded that Indiana has several laws governing fireworks and many towns and cities have additional ordinances that Hoosiers must follow. The Indiana Department of Insurance is warning Hoosier homeowners and renters that accidental...
Read More »

Rebuilding the Rockpile – Commemorative Brick Project Continues

June 30, 2016
Rebuilding the Rockpile – Commemorative Brick Project Continues

  Plymouth Community School Corporation is still selling engraved bricks that will be incorporated into the front entrance of the Rockpile, which is currently, undergoing major renovations. Superintendent Dan Tyree is spearheading the commemorative brick project, along with the athletic department. Tyree said, “As of to date, close to 100 bricks have been sold,...
Read More »

Jami E. Duell, 35, of Plymouth

June 29, 2016
Jami E. Duell, 35, of Plymouth

Click the Johnson Danielson Funeral Home at right for complete details.
Read More »

Robert James nets 12 Year Prison Term for Stabbing

June 29, 2016
Robert James nets 12 Year Prison Term for Stabbing

  Robert Allen James, 33, of Plymouth, pled guilty today to one count of Aggravated Battery, a Level 3 felony. Judge Robert O. Bowen accepted the plea of guilty and after receiving evidence and hearing argument, sentenced James to 12 years of imprisonment with the Indiana Department of Corrections. No part of the sentence...
Read More »

City Police Search for Driver of Stolen Moped in Farm Field

June 29, 2016
City Police Search for Driver of Stolen Moped in Farm Field

  On Monday evening June 27, at approximately 9:30 Officer Ben McIntyre with the Plymouth Police Department attempted to stop a moped for a traffic violation. The driver of the moped failed to stop and a pursuit started that continued through Christo’s parking and the Day’s Inn parking lot before hearing north on Michigan...
Read More »